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Submit your artwork at the Open Mixed Christmas Show

This is the first time Brockley Art House has opened its doors to a large mixed open group exhibition where artists are invited to submit up to two pictures for display. I love doing the rounds of the […]

6 of the best foods at Borough Market

Borough Market is a veteran food market that has been around for more than 1,000 years. As the oldest food market in London, visiting this food mecca is a must for locals and tourists alike. With […]

Tower Bridge Trivia: everything you need to know about the famous bridge

The Tower Bridge is a world-famous bridge, thanks to the 2012 London Olympics, but few know its ins and outs. Here’s everything you need to know about the bridge: The bridge was built over a […]

Black History Month celebration at Thurlow Lodge Community Hall

On Wed October 26, members of the community gathered at Thurlow Lodge Community Hall to celebrate Black History Month. The event was put together by Zahra Abdall and is an annual event. The purpose of […]

OPEN16: Peckham Platform’s 7th annual exhibition

The Peckham community came together to create artworks under the theme, Celebrating Peckham’s Heritage – place, people, culture. The opening of the OPEN16 exhibition was part of this year’s inaugural Peckham Festival, but the OPEN exhibitions […]

Celebrating Bonfire Night In South London

Remember, remember the fifth of November…across the UK, people celebrate Bonfire Night on November 5th. There are small fireworks parties in back gardens along with big organised displays in public parks. The reason we do it is […]

Join a semi-participatory audio walk to rediscover the lost words of women

BARDO is an experiential audio walk. It’s a guided audio piece combining fact and fiction, rediscovering the lost voices of women’s literary London. It’s stories are heavily inspired by South London’s Feminist Library. Guided by a Librarian […]

Anti-eviction street art in Brixton

Brixton Arches: anti-eviction street art sends out a message to Network Rail. With most of the businesses now evicted from Brixton’s railway arches, local street artists @Morganico and @MariaInPaint have sent out a message to Network Rail, decrying their […]

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